Makchic’s first ever Eggscellent Easter Bazaar at Bangsar Village 1 on 4 and 5 April, this past weekend was a hopping success. We are incredibly grateful to all the little kiddos and their willing parents, vendors and anyone else who lent their time to make the event what it was. Special thanks to those who came and had a chat with us and did the survey. We truly appreciate your help and hope you enjoyed our newsletter.

The kids got their creative juices flowing with a number of fun activities that parents also ended up joining on. One of the favourites was the Egg-cessorise event that had children build and decorate their own giant egg. Colours and patterns were also experimented with during egg painting, while some became tiny detectives for the egg hunt. We’re also still craving those delectable hot cross buns from Nutmeg KL! We applaud your support and Bangsar Village‘s efforts in helping raise money for their Kids’ for Kids’ Charity from this.

Tiny Forest

The Terrarium-Making Workshop organised by Yuna’s Tiny Forest Terrariums also gave the young’uns a chance to discover their green thumbs. They loved all the options that helped make the terrariums their very own, which included jars, coloured sand, cacti and more.


We saw the cutest clothes, toys and bedding for the little ones from Flowers & Warriors KL, BebeBundo, Dreamy Baby, Forever + Ava, Kenit Lab and Janie & Joe. There was some unique jewelry, accessory and home items for the grown-ups too from Sereni & Shentel, Bowerhaus and A Soap Affair.

What a memorable event! We will try our best to be a better Makchic from your comments and suggestions and hope to see even more of you at the next one.

Image Credit: Myra Mahyuddin.


Come join us as we rein in spring with The Eggscellent Easter Bazaar this 4 & 5 April 2015 at Bangsar Village 1. It’ll be a hippity hoppity weekend with fun activities lined up for kids and parents.


Terrarium-Making Workshop (1-4pm)

Kids and parents can create their very own terrarium with help from the people at Tiny Forest Terrariums by Yuna Zarai. Each kit is RM50 and it includes jar, miniature animal, pebbles, soil, coloured sand, charcoal and 2 cacti.

The Eggscelent Easter Bazaar (10am-10pm)

Peruse wares by homegrown labels like Flowers & Warriors KL, BebeBundo, Dreamy Baby, Forever + Ava, Kenit Lab, Sereni & Shentel, Bowerhaus, and A Soap Affair. Joining them will be Janie & Joe, the store that specialises in imported educational toys.

Charity Events

BV will be organising some Easterific activities too – Egg-Cessorise (RM22), Easter Egg Painting (RM15) and the Egg Hunt (RM18), but be sure to pre-register first. All proceeds will go to the BV Kids’ for Kids’ Charity so not only could you pick up some really cool, interesting stuff for your little one’s needs at the bazaar, you’ll be doing your bit to help other underprivileged kids too!

Hot Cross Buns Sale by Nutmeg KL is another charity sale that will be happening from 1pm-4pm. For more information, head over to the BV Info Counter.

Also, feel free to drop by the Makchic booth and have a chat with us about any baby- and mommy-related stuff, or just say hey! We’re giving out Makchic newsletters too, so grab a copy while waiting for your little ones. See you there!

The details of the event are as follows:

Date: 4 & 5 April 2015
Time: 10 am to 10 pm
Venue: Lower Concourse, Bangsar Village 1
Address: 1, Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar Baru, 59100 KL

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Moccasins are all the rage in the fashion world right now. If you happen to already have a pair, why not match your little one’s footwear to yours? BebeBundo, a local online store which sells moccasins in the most adorable shades has what you’re looking for.

BebeBundo is the first store in Malaysia to specialise in handmade baby moccasins, or mocas as they like to call it. Being a family-owned business, the brand is also proud of their home state down south, Negeri Sembilan. The state’s heritage is visibly noticeable in the brand name, whereby Bundo means mother in Bahasa Minangkabau as well as the iconic Minangkabau architecture in their logo.

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The shoes are designed and handcrafted by Nadia Bakly, the Creative Director of the brand. The moccasins are made of genuine soft leather to ensure flexibility and ventilation for your baby’s feet. Take a look at their online catalogue and you’ll be spoiled for choices. Pick among pastel hues, bright neons or subdued shades either in nubuck, suede or finished leather.

One of our favourites would have to be the songket collection. The incorporation of songket and leather gives the baby moccasins an east meets west vibe. It’s the best of both worlds with its use of traditional and modern materials. Also, the contrasting colour palettes make these kicks stand out in any crowd. The shoes are all constructed with soft soles so those little baby feet will be as comfortable as possible when you’re out and about. Also, the elastic bands make them very easy to put on and take off. A breath of fresh air from tiresome laces.

Prices vary from RM89 to RM99 and the moccasins come in seven sizes, ranging from newborns to toddlers from 3 to 4 years old. Here are our faves:


1. Arjuna, RM99
2. Cindai, RM99
3. Breast Cancer Awareness Limited Edition, RM89
4. Jebat, RM99
5. Fuchsia, RM99

For more information, visit BebeBundo’s website.

Image Credit: Courtesy of BebeBundo